Year in review blog: stats requests?

#1

Hi guys!

I’m putting together a blog with a bunch of stats from 2018, including cubes players new millionaires etc. What stats would you like to see?

Annkri suggested mystic stats, total # cells, total active players/scouts/scythes

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#2

Suggestions: some breakdowns of size of cells/how long it took to complete them

Also maybe something to do with special events? Like maybe number of cubes/cells completed during events

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#3

that would be cool perhaps even you could make a digram showing numbers of cells betwheen 0-100, 100-200 etc

also you could have some stats for how many new players we have gotthis year / how many did finish tutorials

perhaps some info on how much work have been done this year in comparison to earlier years.

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#4

how many achievements were unlocked?

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#5

The oldest cubes to find their proper homes? Like when an old stashed merger finds its place.

How many times For Science! was entered in the chat?

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#6

Amount of updates made for KK’s scripts lol

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#7

@KrzysztofKruk we def want to include this!

#8

Sure!
2 new scripts last year
160 contributions last year
In total:
9 scripts
26 files
6701 lines of code (5259 lines of JavaScript + JSON; 397 lines of PHP + SQL; 1045 lines of CSS)

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#9

perhaps top players in accuracy

#10

perhaps top players as compared to other players, percentage of works in eyewire

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#11
  1. how many hours people spent working on cubes
  2. % of new cells contributed to the entire project (like 20% of all Eyewire cell completions occurred in 2018) and compared to years before (10% growth in cells completed compared to other years)
  3. how much of dig sector completed in % (like 75% done)
  4. new papers that came out
  5. new types of neurons discovered
  6. the # of new cells and cubes completed
  7. new eyewirers - #, locations
  8. the # of new badges handed out
  9. improvements made to the site - helpful to keep people relevant - like how there’s a glow to where people are located in a cell
  10. highest # of points made by a person in 2018
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#12

perhaps some mystics-info, like how many cells, different types of cells if already known, percentage of cells done in dataset

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#13

Thanks everyone! We have a big list on the whiteboard at HQ and are going to pull together as many as possible.

#14

Oh man we’re putting all these stats together and they’re so fun. Any guesses as to how many cubes were submitted last year?

#15

1.3 million?

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#16

Perfect guess

#17

Just throwing it out there, but wouldn’t it be cool to have an individual stat list, like if someone pulls up their name (like in a search bar, so they can pull up other people’s usernames too), it’ll show which cells they worked on, followed by the # of cubes, completes, time, % of cell work on, etc. within the cell for 2018? Or maybe this should be for all years?

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#18

That would be really cool.

Stats post is live! https://blog.eyewire.org/eyewire-2018-stats/

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#19

I look forward to this all year. I really like the list! i’m just wondering though, how come more zfish cells were completed than retinal cells? Are they smaller, easier, or just better/more dedicated players to work on them?

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#20

3 things really:

  • Msty does 95% of the work (until she decides to do 95% of the work on other cells and adds them to yours)
  • You have 2 players working on a cell, player B is generally just a 2nd SC
  • Since cells start by synapses and not with cell bodies like in eyewire cells, you can have duplicate cells that are both a part of the same cell (I had a cell for instance with 6 dupes within 3 cubes) and all of those dupes are given cell IDs and probably counted here for simplicity.
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